Where Have I Seen That? (U.S. 231 Edition)

The Herald’s annual photo scavenger hunt is back and this year’s clues were all visible from U.S. 231 in Dubois County.

The randomly selected winners of the Holiday World tickets are: first place, Dylan Hopf of Jasper, four tickets; second place, Phyllis Sergesketter of Jasper, two tickets; third place, Earl Hulsman of Jasper, two tickets.

The correct answers are below:


1. Roof of Reflections, Huntingburg

2. Star on side of 231 Auction House & Relics, Haysville

3. Bricks on American Legion Post No. 147, Jasper

4. Pillar on Huntingburg United Methodist Church, Huntingburg

5. Eye on Jasper Eye Clinic sign, Jasper

6. Second story window on Haysville Mill, Haysville

7. Mailbox just south of Meyer Creative Landscapes, Huntingburg

8. Garage of Shirley’s Sewing Stuff, Dale (but located in Dubois County)

9. Toothbrush on top of Wagner Family Dental sign, Jasper

10. Second story window at Meny’s True Value, Jasper

11. Sign at Swifty’s gas station, Huntingburg

12. Sign at Indiana State Police Jasper Post, Jasper


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